Two households move out of IL for every one that moves into the state.
United Van Lines determined that the No. 1 reason for moving both in and out of IL in 2018 was for a job, but people age 65 and over account for the largest percentage of people moving out of the state.
The study found that 66.8 percent of New Jersey moves were people leaving the state.
The study also found that the state with the highest percentage of inbound migration was Vermont (72.6%), followed by OR with 63.8% inbound moves.
About 67 percent of moves in the Garden State were outbound, making it one of four northeastern states in the survey's top 10 states for outbound migration.
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New Jersey was the top outbound state, according to the study.
The states with the most balanced number of inbound and outbound residents were Arkansas and MS, the study showed. OR had 3,346 total moves - the second highest percentage with 63.8 percent inbound moves. The Mountain West and South regions saw high percentages of inbound moves.
"The data collected by United Van Lines aligns with longer-term migration patterns to southern and western states, trends driven by factors like job growth, lower costs of living, state budgetary challenges and more temperate climates", Stoll said in a statement.
The top reasons for people moving to OR were jobs (34.4 percent) and retirement (31.3 percent).
In New Jersey, a majority (85.7 percent) of those leaving cited job opportunities elsewhere. "We're also seeing young professionals migrating to vibrant, metropolitan economies, like Washington, D.C. and Seattle". Arkansas and MS are among these "balanced states".